Fun Fact: The caracal is a wild cat found widely in Africa, central Asia and Southwest Asia into India. Its most notable feature is the tufts of black hair that extend from the ears. The caracal has 20 different muscles in its ears to help let it detect prey. Preferring not to eat stiff fur, it actually shears it's prey before eating it. (Kind of a morbid fact...)
My body was lithe and strong. The ground moved swiftly underneath me. I could feel the pendant still hanging from my neck that allowed me to take on the form of the caracal. My ears twitched at the sound of tiny claws scratching in the brush. A wild hare burst from the foliage, scattering dirt as it fled. It took a considerable amount of will to not chase it. I couldn't stay in this form long without risking the animal taking over. I needed to find what I was looking for. There was no time to waste.
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